The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
The Bonfire Volt snowboard jacket offers protection from the weather for all day riding comfort. The shell is lined with brushed tricot to keep you cozy, and the critically taped seams add protection and durability in vulnerable areas. The fine-tune adjustable hood lets you wear it however you like, and the powder skirt keeps the snow on the outside. Classic fit gives you freedom to move without getting in your way. Bonfire has your back with the Volt snowboard jacket.
Key Features of The Bonfire Volt Snowboard Jacket:
I got this jacket last year and Have no real problems with it. I live on East coast so I don't have to worry about really cold temp's. But this jacket is nice and light, But keeps you warm enough. It is not the best for sub zero days but with layers it will do fine. It has been durable for me, and like the simple bright colors this jacket offers. I would recommended this to someone looking for a good quality mid-low temp jacket.
I bought this jacket last year and, I so pleased about it. Just to let you know, i'm a east coast rider, so it's always cold here. At first, i tought this will not keep me warm but, yeah it does it well and.. It got lots of room inside for layering on cold days.
This jacket is great especially at such a low price, it's almost a steal. As long as you know what it is when you purchase it, it is a light weight shell good for park riding and spring days. Up until this year I had a hard time finding a jacket that fit right and looked good, the Volt meets both of those criteria. The one thing that think could be improved would be the addition of a media chest pocket. Other than that I'm a pleased customer
I bought this jacket when it was 70% off and it was an steal. I got the cintron color in a medium. I am 148 lb 5'8 and it fits very well. The color is a lot brighter in person, it's more of a neon green. My gf calls it the construction worker jacket LOL. Overall, I needed a light jacket without many pockets because I don't usually use the pockets
I got this jacket in a medium because my other jacket is a large and I feel like it is a little too big. I don't like super baggy jackets. Although this jacket is a little larger than I expected, I like the fit because like other reviews said it isn't the warmest jacket so it leaves room for layering in really cold weather. I really like the simplicity of it. It does everything I need it to do and looks good in the process
This is over all a really nice jacket. It is thin enough that you can wear it on warmer days but has enough room for some layering under it when its cold. The color is really good and i like the fit. I would definately recommend this jacket for anyone looking for a big bang for their buck.
I bought this jacket mainly for indoor snowboarding (No mountains in the Netherlands :D). It fits great and is ideal in situations with hardly any wind. I wouldn't recommend this jacket if you go outdoor on the piste with bad (read: quite cold) weather conditions. It has no audio pocket inside which could be drawback for some of you, but overall it has a good value/price ratio
Got the jacket when I forgot my outer shell at home on the way to VT (i live in NYC). Its nice and warm. I've never been cold in this jacket. Its got an inner lining which keeps you warm. For the colder days, I wear a fleece inner shell but its not necessary if you layer a lot. The velcro straps on the ends of the sleeve are a pain. It bunches the ends of the unvelcro'd portion. The lower pockets could be better placed for ease. The chest pockets are pretty good though. The velcro on one of my pockets is coming off after a year and a half or so of riding. The jacket stays pretty waterproof throughout the day but when it rains or you let the snow sit on it, it will start to get wet. If you want a better waterproof jacket, go for something in the 10k range and up